TEAM UP TAKE ACTION CONFERENCE
In partnership with Dartmouth Health and the Vermont PHA
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2023 I 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM I Hanover Inn Dartmouth
CALL FOR SESSION PROPOSALS
The conference planning committee seeks session proposals reflecting the conference theme and focus.
The conference convenes clinical, public health, healthcare, community-based organizations, and social services professionals to build bridges, understand each other's perspectives and learn best practices in cross-sector partnership and teamwork.
Conference Breakout Sessions
We invite session proposals on key health equity levers of change including: Culturally and linguistically appropriate services; data practices to support the advancement of health equity; workforce engagement; community collaboration; and public health policies to improve population health and advance health equity.
Session proposals can focus on innovative public health or clinical approaches, key strategies, leading practices, and building alliances and cross-sector collaboration to improve health outcomes, patient care, identify inequities in health care provision, and to implement effective interventions to improve client-centered services or patient care services.
Breakout Session Format
The conference breakout sessions are scheduled concurrently. Each session is scheduled for one hour, including 5 minutes of introduction, 45 minutes of interactive presentation or panel discussion, and 10 minutes for questions and answers.
Session proposals will be evaluated, and the final selection will be made by the conference planning committee. If selected, speakers will receive discounted registration rate. Please note, incomplete submissions will not be considered.
If you have any questions regarding the submission process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 18, 2023
Information Requested by the Planning Committee
Prepare and submit the following information for the committee to review your proposed session.
1) Session title
2) Session learning objectives
3) Session description
4) Speaker or panelists information, social media links, and biographies
Thank you in advance for submitting your proposed session. We value your time and expertise.
NEW HAMPSHIRE PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION (NHPHA)
4 Park Street, Ste 403
Concord, NH 03301
The New Hampshire Public Health Association is an affiliated association of the American Public Health Association (APHA). We have collaborated with APHA to grow stronger as organizations, to share expertise, influence, and resources, and to advocate for common priorities at the local, state and federal levels.